Investigative reporter Linda Moulton Howe discussed bat death syndrome, mysterious aerial objects, Martian hot springs, and red rain cells in India. In her first report, she noted that unprecedented bat deaths have been seen in Northeastern states. Hundreds of thousands of hibernating bats have become susceptible to a fungus. Biologist DeeAnn Reeder, Ph.D. told Linda that insect populations could grow out of control with the bat die-offs. More here.
In a discussion about mysterious aerial patterns or lights seen in Elmwood, Wisconsin, Linda interviewed witness "John Smith" who took numerous photos of the multi-colored, shifting phenomenon. He said he's seen the lights on several nights in the same location in the sky. These type of lights are similar to sightings in such places as Stephenville, Kokomo, and Reno, she noted. View images and Linda's full report.
In Linda's third report, she discussed the current explorations of the Mars' Rovers, which may find evidence for a volcanic cone and residues of lava and hot springs. She spoke with NASA scientists Larry Crumpler and Dorothy Oehler, who said it's possible there could still be active volcanoes on Mars, as well as hot springs like at Yellowstone. Read more here.
Continuing her investigation into the mysterious red rain cells that fell in Kerala, India, she spoke with Godfrey Louis, Ph.D., Head of the Physics Dept. at Cochin University of Science in Kerala. He reported that the red cells showed unusual fluorescence not seen in terrestrial biomolecules, suggesting that the cells could have an extraterrestrial origin. More here.
First hour guest Richard Gordon talked about the "Quantum Touch" healing technique which he developed. His method, which can focus and amplify vibrational energy, has been associated with accelerating the healing process, he said.
Bumper music from Thursday February 26, 2009
Midnight Express (The Chase)
Fanfare for the Common Man
Emerson, Lake & Palmer
Wishing on a Star
Ride Captain Ride
The Blues Image
Space Age Love Song
Flock of Seagulls
Whiter Shade Of Pale
In the Evening
Learning to Fly